Boris Johnson met ‘London professor’ linked to FBI’s Russia investigation


Fresh questions as photograph emerges of Joseph Mifsud and foreign secretary at Brexit dinner

Boris Johnson is facing questions about the government’s links to key individuals named by the FBI in its Trump-Russia investigation, following the emergence of a photo of him with Joseph Mifsud, the “London professor” with high-level Kremlin contacts.

The foreign secretary is facing accusations of a potential security breach following the emergence of the photo of him with Mifsud, whose identity emerged as part of investigations into alleged links between Donald Trump’s election campaign and Russia.

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NATO commander tells Russia: ‘stop meddling’

Brussels (AFP) Nov 9, 2017

The commander of NATO forces in Europe, US General Curtis Scaparrotti, on Thursday demanded Russia “stop meddling” in European elections, amid concerns about Kremlin interference in the Catalan crisis.

Spanish media have accused Moscow-backed outlets such as Russia Today and Sputnik – which have Spanish language services – of playing a destabilising role in the crisis triggered by Cataloni